Tag: Nassau County

“While he was a lawmaker he was a lawbreaker."

With nearly 1,600 entries from more than two dozen high schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk, the 2015 contest was unprecedented in its scope and quality of submissions.

Will Bruce Ratner, the man behind the new project, be the coliseum's long-awaited savior, or yet another character in Nassau County’s long-running narrative of dashed hopes?

Who’s to blame for the rise of the Agenda 21 conspiracy and widespread fear of sustainability and smart growth? The planners themselves, the developers and the local governments that oversee land usage.

Questions linger after state Senate majority leadership switcheroo this week.

The DEC has considered shooting, euthanizing, sterilizing and capturing the silent waterfowl, as well as destroying their nests and eggs.

The station house had been previously downgraded to a "community policing center" in a precinct consolidation.

"We are in the midst of a vast social experiment on the children of the nation and it is all tied to the standardized test."

“Our resolve is intact. It’s not diminished. We’re going to catch this guy.”